- Civil Litigation
- Ethnic Minority Lawyers
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- Junior Lawyers
Join us at our inclusive Family Section regional seminars where our events will examine recent developments and consider the implications for our teams and, of course, your clients and other things.
We commission exclusive articles from leading practitioners and commentators, on all areas of family law and practice
Oxfordshire County Council’s legal team could be saying a permanent goodbye to filing after successfully completing their first ‘paperless’ case.
In the second installment on emotional health for lawyers, Julian Hall takes a look at the behaviours that undermine our sense of wellbeing
Many solicitors are providing unbundled services without realising - and there could be regulatory implications, says co-author of the Unbundling Family Legal Services Toolkit Mena Ruparel
In his second instalment of his diary of a start-up family law firm, Robin Charrot shares the lessons learned from Evolve’s first year
Following her keynote speech at the Advocacy Section’s ‘Art of Good Advocacy’ seminar in April, we speak to Lady Justice Macur about vulnerable witness training, the importance of continual learning for advocates, and the common mistakes she sees solicitor advocates making – and how you can avoid them.
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
This event will provide practical advice on setting up your own firm
This webinar, inclusive in Family Section membership for 2016, will give a practical overview and advocacy tips, including on threshold, evidence, fact-finding and expert witnesses. Listen now!
The Law Society’s Practice Advice Service outlines responsibilities for preparting the court bundle where the applicant is unrepresented
The Law Society’s Library lists pension sharing precedents
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Workload of the family courts also showing significant increases.
Matrix Chambers QC’s suspension raises new questions over future of Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
Five-year academic research shows significantly less family disruption for cases that go through pioneering London court.
Family law organisation wastes little time in highlighting the major issue at stake.